Monday, May 30, 2016

Narges Mohammadi's Letter From Prison About The 16 Years Imprisonment Sentence .....

Narges Mohammadi: The 16 Years Imprisonment Sentence For Me Is To Drive The Society To  " Grave Yard Silence "

Based on a news , Ms. Narges Mohammadi The Vice President Of the " Association Of Iran Human Rights Defenders " who is recently sentenced to 16 years imprisonment by Judge Salavati , sent a letter from prison and protest about the sentencing......

She wrote ; She is sentenced in a close door court without jury and not allowing her or the lawyer to defend her, and they told her; she has 20 days to appeal , but  she said,  she is not going to appeal the sentencing . She said; This court is incompetent to Sentence the political crime and therefore it is illegal and it is unjust.


IRAN WATCH CANADA: The Islamic regime in Iran has sentenced Ms. Narges Mohammadi the vice president of  "Organization of Iran Human Rights Defenders " to a total of 16 years imprisonment , 10 years for creating the organization , one year for propagating about human rights or civil society and 5 years for gathering and protesting . Narges Mohammadi is the mother of two beautiful little children who are outside of Iran  .

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Two Imprisoned Iranian Journalists Are On Hunger Strike and Their Lives Are in Danger ....

According to news , Ehsan Mazanderani and Mohammad Sediq Kabudvand two imprisoned Iranian journalists started their hunger strike days ago and now are in deteriorating health condition. Mohammad sedan Kabudvand was transferred to the hospital. according to " Zeitoon " website , after 21 days of hunger strike death threatening Mohammad Sediq Kabudvand.

According to " Kurdistan Human Rights Organization " because of hunger strike , Mohammad Sediq Kabudvand's blood pressure dropped sharply in a way he lost consciousness and was transferred to Taleghani Hospital. The same report said; Mohammad Sediq Kabudvands Doctor said ; if he continues the hunger strike he might have heart attack .

Mr. Kabudvand was sentenced to 11 years in prison, and his charges defending human rights ...and he has been in prison for more than eight years already.

Ehsan Mazanderani is on hunger strike since last 12 days ago. He also suffers from intestinal , lung and.. infection and he has lost 40 kilos because of the infections.

According to RSF Iran with 34 journalists in prison is one of the five world greatest jail for journalists.


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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Islamic Regime in Iran And The Phenomenon of Early Marriage ....

According to ISNA news agency - 

Girls as old as 10 years old are allowed by judiciary to marry. 

These girls whom the ISNA called them as the " mothers of dolls"  go to husbands home while they are as old as 10 .

For example the report says:
Based on a statistics by registration office in Khorasan province ( TARSHIZ REGION ) out of 1813 wedding last year , the age of half of the girls were between 10 to 19 years . And in another report out of 1962  wedding cases, the wedding age of girls for the previous year was also between 10- 19.

Based on the UN convention on wedding age , the convention reads that, the wedding must be agreed between the two parties , but in Iran the parents force the child girl as age as 10 to marry which is illegal according to UN convention.


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In A Raid ,Regime Agents Have Arrested Eight Music Clip Producers In Tehran

According to news in a raid ,regime agents have arrested and detained eight music clip producers in the capital city of Tehran.

According to Mizan Khabar report , last week eight music clip producers who's music were aired by satellite opposition TV's were arrested and detained in Tehran.

Mr. Abbas Jafari -Dolatabadi the crown attorney of Tehran general / court of revolution confirmed the arrest and said; the case file of these people will proceed through media and culture division of the court.

Regime has intensified the arrest of those who produce music or other means of video clip which are according to them illegal and without permit.


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Islamic Regime's Judiciary Court In The City Of Ghazvin Sentenced The Participants Of A Graduation Party To Lashes .....

35 Girls And Boys Received 99 Lashes for Their Participation In A Mixed Graduation Party 

According to news coming from Iran, the judiciary court of revolution in the city of Ghazvin sentenced 35 mix participants ( Girls / boys) of a graduation party to lashes.
According to news these students girls and boys after graduation participated in a party and drink  alcoholic beverages .
Mr. Esmail Sadegh Niyaraki The prosecutor of the court of revolution in the city of Ghazvin said, these punishment carried out to serve as a warning or lesson to them and others not to do it again in the city.

Another News: 
In another news regime sentenced 17 Gold Mine worker of " Agh Dareh" in the city of Tekab in Azarbayejan province  to 30 to 100 lashes for their protest . The workers made the protest against the lay off of 350 of their co workers by the company.


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Saturday, May 28, 2016

Amnesty International About Saudi Arabia : Surge in executions continues as death toll approaches 100

Saudi Arabia: Surge in executions continues as death toll approaches 100

27 May 2016
Saudi Arabia: Surge in executions continues as death toll approaches 100
Spokespeople available for interview
Saudi Arabia will have put to death more than 100 people in the first six months of this year if it continues to carry out executions at its current pace, said Amnesty International today. At least 94 people have been executed so far this year, higher than at the same point last year. 
At least 158 people were put to death in Saudi Arabia in 2015, the highest recorded figure in the country since 1995. 
“Executions in Saudi Arabia have been surging dramatically for two years now and this appalling trend shows no sign of slowing,” said James Lynch, Deputy Middle East and North Africa Director at Amnesty International. 
“The steep increase in executions is even more appalling given the pervasive flaws in Saudi Arabia’s justice system which mean that it is entirely routine for people to be sentenced to death after grossly unfair trials. The Saudi Arabian authorities should end their reliance on this cruel and inhuman form of punishment and establish an official moratorium on executions immediately.”
The case of 21-year-old Ali al-Nimr who was sentenced to death based on “confessions” he says were extracted through torture, provides a glaring example of the arbitrary use of the death penalty after proceedings that blatantly flout international human rights standards.
Today marks two years since Ali al-Nimr, who was arrested after taking part in anti-government protests, was sentenced to death by a special security and counter-terrorism court for a series of offences such as attacking security forces and committing armed robbery. He was just 17 when he was arrested. International human rights law prohibits the use of the death penalty for crimes committed by persons under the age of 18.  
“Ali al-Nimr has already spent two years on death row – instead of forcing him to spend a single day longer awaiting execution the Saudi Arabian authorities should quash his conviction and order a re-trial immediately in proceedings that meet international fair trial standards without recourse to the death penalty,” said James Lynch.
Two other young men, Abdullah al-Zaher and Dawood al-Marhoon were sentenced to death a few months after Ali al-Nimr, on a list of similar offences, and also say they were tortured into “confessing”. 
Public Document 
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Islamic Regime in Iran And 37 Years Copy / Imitation From The Savak Of The Shah ......

" Savak" was the horrific intelligence service of the late Shah of Iranbefore 1978-79 revolution.
Since the revolution , Khomeini's regime in Iran established its Islamic regime and the mosque based intelligence or Sepah intelligence. Like the early Islam in 622 AD , it increased its influence and expand its power and upon reaching to a stable level ,started to suppress the opposition and killed or jailed thousands of them. and it continued its cruelty towards opposition up until now.

News - Pyknet
Sepah intelligence in its new raid arrested Shima Babaei in her home. At the time of arrest ,the Sepah intelligence had no charges against Shima but arrested anyway like the old Savak style arrest , arrest , detain and lay charge after .....

Shims's father also was in prison in the past for 44 months and received 74 lashes which made him sick in prison and later was released .

Shima is charged for her participation in protest gatherings.


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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Mothers Of Laleh Park Demanded An Answer From The Official In The Islamic Regime About Recent Continued And Systematic Violation Of Human Rights....

According to news coming from Iran , " Mothers of Laleh Park " in a statement protested against recent continued and systematic violation of human rights . In their statement which is released today they have called the officials in the Islamic Republic for an answer. The Mothers Of Laleh Park in their statement said, the systematic violation of human rights in Iran is has gone to its alarming points  and we must find a serious way to solve it.
In their long written statement to officials of the Islamic Republic as well as to UN human rights council and other world human rights organizations, the Mothers for Laleh Park expressed about the history of the human rights violation under the Islamic Republic after the revolution up until now and at the end expressed several demands.....


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Monday, May 23, 2016

Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights:  Ravina Shamdasani
Location: Geneva
Subjects: (1) Iran

We are appalled by the sentencing of a prominent Iranian anti-death penalty campaigner, Nargis Mohammadi, to 16 years’ imprisonment in charges that stem from her courageous human rights work. Ms. Mohammadi is already in Evin Prison in Tehran, serving out a prison sentence for breaching the country’s sweeping national security laws. The human rights defender is believed to have serious medical conditions and has reportedly not been granted adequate access to the specialised medical care she needs. 
The UN Human Rights Office and other human rights mechanisms have long urged the Iranian authorities to release Ms. Mohammadi, but to no avail. Her sentencing is illustrative of an increasingly low tolerance for human rights advocacy in Iran. We urge the Iranian authorities to ensure the immediate release of Ms. Mohammadi and all those detained for merely exercising their human rights.
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Saturday, May 21, 2016

Saman Niyazi The Vice President of The Student Centre For Human Rights Of The Islamic Regime Believe ,The Regime in Iran Is A Islamic Democratic…..!!!????

Saman Niyazi is the vice president of the Student Centre for human rights in the Islamic regime and he believe the regime in Iran is a Islamic democratic and this brings fear among those regimes that are supporting the terrorists in the region.
Saman Niyazi
Iran has a successful democratic system with Islam as its foundation.

He attacked the country of Maldives  and said; Maldives is as big as a city in Iran and this country has threatened it will cut off its diplomatic relation with Iran which makes the media around the world to make jock or laugh.


What is Islamic democratic!!!? ??? What Islamic democratic does on Iranian Bahai's citizens in Iran ? Or the Bahai faith?
What Islamic democratic !!?? does on Iranian Sunni's or christian minorities in Iran ??!!!
How many prisoners are being executed every year in this so called Islamic democratic ??!!
How Many Young Iranian were killed during the presidential coup in 2009 under this so called Islamic democratic ???!!!

And so many many other very important questions.

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Jafar Azimzadeh On His 23th Days Of Hunger Strike In Prison …..His Life Is In Danger , ….Does Anyone Care ?

According to news coming from Iran…., Jafar Azimzadeh a labor activist is on his 23th days of hunger strike in prison.

Azimzadeh is accused by Islamic regime judiciary to six years imprisonment for charges made up by islamic regime judiciary as breaching national security!!!!????

Under Islamic regime judiciary in Iran those human rights activists or labor activist who call or fight for their rights they breach national security…….

Jafar Azimzadeh's life is in danger and need to be released immediately .


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Iran: “A travesty of justice” – UN experts condemn latest conviction of prominent rights defender

GENEVA (20 May 2016) – A group of United Nations experts expressed outrage today at the recent conviction and sentencing of Narges Mohammadi, a prominent activist and human rights defender, to 16 years’ imprisonment by a Revolutionary Court in Tehran, and called for her immediate and unconditional release. 

On 18 May 2016, Ms. Mohammadi’s lawyer announced that Iran’s judiciary had sentenced his client to 16 years in prison for her activities on behalf of a grassroots organization calling for the abolition of the death penalty, ‘assembly and collusion against national security’, and for ‘propaganda against the state’. She was allegedly tried behind closed doors.

Prior to her arrest on 5 May 2015, the human rights defender was subjected to constant harassment, verbal assaults and interrogations for her peaceful human rights activities. Ms. Mohammadi, who suffers from a critical neurological condition, had previously been sentenced to six years in prison.

“There is absolutely no reason why Narges Mohammadi should spend one more hour in prison, let alone 16 years,” said the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ahmed Shaheed.

“I call on all the relevant authorities in Iran, including President Rouhani, to do their utmost to ensure that Ms. Mohammadi is immediately and unconditionally released from prison and allowed to access adequate and timely medical treatment for her condition,” he stressed.

“The targeting campaign against her that is being initiated by Iran’s security forces and judiciary is emblematic of the heavy crackdown that human rights defenders, journalists and civil society activists continue to face in Iran today simply for doing their jobs,” the Special Rapporteur said, reminding the Iranian Government of its responsibility to ensure human rights defenders do not face prosecution for promoting and advancing human rights in the country. 

Several other prominent Iranian human rights activists and lawyers, including Abdulfattah Soltani, Bahareh Hedayat and Mohammad Seddiqh Kaboudvand, are also serving heavy imprisonment. 

UN independent experts have repeatedly drawn the attention to the cases of Ms. Mohammadi, Ms Hedayat and Mr. Soltani and appealed to the Iranian authorities to stop targeting human rights activists and lawyers for their peaceful exercise of fundamental rights. 

“The ability of human rights defenders to do their job without being subjected to arbitrary arrests and detentions is the hallmark of a healthy, mature and vibrant civil society, and a country that is truly ready to reengage with the international community,” Mr. Shaheed stressed. 

“Instead of jailing its best and brightest, Iran’s Government should ensure that individuals like Mohammadi, Soltani, Hedayat and Kaboudvand can continue to do their difficult but important work free from persecution and harassment,” he said. 

UN human rights experts from the Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council have jointly urged the Iranian Government to release all journalists and rights defenders who have been arbitrarily and unlawfully arrested, and currently face detention and prosecution.

“Freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are enshrined in international law,” Mr. Shaheed said, “most importantly in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights*, which is a binding treaty that Iran has ratified.”

The human rights experts’ appeal has been endorsed by the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, Michel Forst; the Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, Maina Kiai; the Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health, Dainius Pūras; and the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention.

(*) Check the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights:


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Friday, May 20, 2016

Mohammad Emami Kashani The Friday Prayer Imam Of Tehran Said : Which Constitution Allows The Bahai's Who Are The Enemy To Live In The Country !!!!!??????

According to news, Mohammad Emami Kashani the friday prayer of Tehran said: Which constitution allows Bahai's who are the " enemy " to live in the country . He called the Bahai's as a " Dirty Cult " which is made by the colonialism .
This Clergy - Mohammad Emami Kashani

This clergy called Bahai's as"  contaminated " and  "they can't express themselves ".

This clergy about the 12th Shiia Imam ( Imam Zaman ) said: Even the science in lab has proved that, long life of human through the gene is possible ( based on the belief of Shiia worshippers that,the 12th imam went absent since 600+ AD  and will appear one day when the world needed him ) .
Bahai's worshippers claim that, the 12th imam had already appeared around two hundred years ago and that is Mohammad Ali Bob ……



In recent months Islamic regime has intensified their attack on Bahai's …….

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